Eyal Rubinson

Dr. Eyal Rubinson

Associate fellow
Eyal Rubinson

Dr. Eyal Rubinson is an Associate Fellow at the The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Tel Aviv University (completed 2016); M.A (cum laude) and B.A in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was a senior research fellow at the Harold Hartog School of Policy at Tel Aviv University and Israel's Citizens' Empowerment Center (CECI). 

Dr. Rubinson's current research interests are: Multilateralism and norms in international politics; Israel’s foreign and security policy; EU-Israel relations and Politics of sovereign debt management. Current project (with Dr. Tal Sadeh) - "Perceived to Slack: Securitization and Multilateral Treaty Ratification in Israel" (to be submitted for publication). 

Recent academic publications:

  • Rubinson, E., “A Dialogue of the Deaf: The Relation between Leaders’ Public Appearances and their Perceived Success”, in Assaf Meidani (ed.), the Vision of the Israeli Governance, Tel Aviv University Press: 2015.
  •  G. Harpaz and E. Rubinson, "The Interface between Trade, Law and Politics and the Erosion of Normative Power Europe: Comment on Brita (C-386/08)", 35 European Law Review, 2010: 551-571.
  •  A. Cohen, Y. Shany, E. Rubinson et al. "The International Migrants' Bill of Rights", 24(3) Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2010.